IntelliWhere launches mobile workforce starter kit to accelerate data automation for field crews


HUNTSVILLE, Ala., October 16, 2002 — IntelliWhereà¢â€ž-, a division of Intergraph Mapping and GIS Solutions, launched the new Mobile Workforce Starter Kit, an out-of-the-box solution that enables organizations to automate the delivery and use of spatial and asset data to field crews using personal digital assistants (PDAs).

The starter kit provides a discounted software bundle of industry-proven PDA mapping and GIS management tools – IntelliWhere OnDemand, IntelliWhere LocationServer, and Intergraph’s GeoMedia® software – for the rapid deployment of spatial intelligence for any organization with a mobile workforce.

The limited-time-offer starter kit is specifically designed to provide an easy and efficient way for government, transportation, utilities, and military organizations to experience the technological and economic benefits of automating a mobile workforce.

Empowering field personnel with PDA geospatial technology can improve an organization’s responsiveness to customer demands, equip field crews to implement more intuitive solutions, and streamline data capture from the field – factors that can improve an organization’s service while controlling cost.

For more information

For more information about IntelliWhere products and the Mobile Workforce Starter Kit, visit www.intelliwhere.com.

IntelliWhere

IntelliWhereà¢â€ž- (www.intelliwhere.com) is a division of Intergraph Mapping and GIS Solutions. IntelliWhere’s focus is on the rapidly growing location-based technology and services market.

The division combines more than 30 years of experience in spatial and location-based technologies with a global infrastructure that supports the ability to implement solutions around the world. IntelliWhere is represented in more than 60 countries through Intergraph Corporation’s wholly owned subsidiaries and distributor network.

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